Our Care Team
Registered nurses monitor your symptoms and medication, and help educate both you and your family about what's happening. The nurse is also the link between you, your family, and the physician.
A social worker counsels and advises you and family members, and acts as your community advocate, making sure you have access to the resources you need.
Your doctor approves the plan of care and works with the hospice team. In a full hospice program, a hospice medical director is available to the attending physician, patient, and hospice care team as a consultant and resource.
Spiritual & Support
Clergy and other spiritual counselors are available to visit you and provide spiritual support at home. Spiritual care is a personal process, and may include helping you explore what death means to you, saying goodbye to loved ones, and performing a specific religious ceremony or ritual.
Home Health Aids & Homemaker Services
Home health aides provide personal care such as bathing, shaving, and nail care. Homemakers may be available for light housekeeping and meal preparation.
Trained Volunteer Support
Caring volunteers have long been the backbone of hospice. They're available to listen, offer you and your family compassionate support, and assist with everyday tasks such as shopping, reading and companionship.
Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
Therapy services are provided on an as needed basis.